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Spam texts, and how to avoid them

May 15, 2012
Millions of spam texts are sent each day. Here's what to do when you get one.
Posted In: Tech Report, spam, cell phones
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Spamming the 2012 election; tablets for bonobos!

Apr 2, 2012
Web security firm Impermium is charting the role of social media spam in the 2012 race for president. And researchers in Iowa are about to find out what happens when you give apes tablet computers. (Planet of the Apes, anyone?)
Posted In: tablets, spam, 2012 election
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Big email companies and online bankers fight phishing

Jan 30, 2012
Tech companies Google, Yahoo, Microsoft are teaming up with financial institutions to launch a project to stem the tide of email phishing or malicious spam offers flooding inboxes and destroying trust in email.
Posted In: spam, email
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The New York Times: All the emails unfit to send

Dec 29, 2011
Big time whoopsie
Posted In: spam, New York Times
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Can the Constitution handle modern technology's issues?

Dec 28, 2011
Legal issues loom over privacy and what a person actually is.
Posted In: Supreme Court, privacy, Google, Facebook, scams, spam
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New scam targets new Apple owners

Dec 27, 2011
Look out! Proper grammar!
Posted In: apple, scams, spam, phishing
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Facebook may get extremely yucky a lot more often in the future

Nov 18, 2011
A new type of scam fills Facebook feeds with images of porn, gore and violence.
Posted In: Facebook, scams, spam, hoax
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Hotmail? Yes, Hotmail.

Oct 4, 2011
Microsoft announced that everyone's favorite first email program is coming out with new filtering options. In the era of daily deals and having to...
Posted In: hotmail, Microsoft, spam, Tech Report
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Facebook spammer turns himself in. Like!

Aug 8, 2011
This is the guy who allegedly hacked into 500,000 Facebook accounts. Sanford Wallace surrendered to the FBI in California. He developed a program...
Posted In: Facebook, FBI, phishing, spam
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Washington Post jobs site hacked

Jul 8, 2011
The paper says that an "unauthorized third party" hacked into its jobs database and absconded with 1.27 million user ids and email addresses. No...
Posted In: hacking, phishing, scams, spam, spear phishing, washington post

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